Interior space

  • Interior design necessarily goes beyond the architectural definition of space.
  • In planning the layout, furnishing, and enrichment of a space, the interior designer should be acutely aware of its architectural character as well as its potential for modification and enhancement.
  • The design of interior spaces requires, therefore, an understanding of how they are formed by the building systems of structure and enclosure.
  • With this understanding, the interior designer can effectively elect to work with, continue, or even offer a counterpoint to the essential qualities of an architectural spaceĀ Buildings typically consist of physical systems of structure, enclosure, and building services equipment.

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